In South Korea’s largest shipyard, thousands of workers in yellow hard hats move ceaselessly between towering cranes lifting hulks of steel. They look like a hive of bees scurrying over a massive circuit board as they weld together the latest additions to the rapidly growing fleet of tankers carrying super-chilled liquefied natural gas across the world’s oceans.
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Complete Article From the publisher.Activist groups warn providing finance for coal-fired power stations is inconsistent with banks’ commitments to Paris agreement Environmental and progressive activist groups are urging Australia’s major banks and financial institutions not […]
Complete Article From the publisher.The discovery of the Tapanuli orangutan has not stopped a Chinese state-run company from clearing forest for a planned dam. Conservationists fear this will be the beginning of the end for […]